Friday, January 08, 2010

A Message Of Peace

By n/a, *Top Muslim visits Nelson mosque on anti-extremism peace mission* - Pendle Today - UK
Tuesday, December 29, 2009

A Top Muslim leader who acts as an advisor to world leaders has given a message of peace and love to Pendle.

Sufi Shaykh Hisham Kabbani visits local mosques to challenge extremist agendas and lead discussions for tolerance and moderation.

His life work is to spread the teachings of peace, tolerance, respect and love throughout the world to people of every background, ethnicity, race and belief. To fulfil his commitment to empower Muslims in Britain to live from these principles, Sufi Kabbani has been touring England and conducting an outreach initiative.

On Friday evening, he visited the Central Ghausia Mosque, Nelson, to deliver a keynote speech on love and spirituality. An open invitation was extended to all community members regardless of background to attend the auspicious event.

Imam Irfan Chishti said: "Shaykh Hisham being a leading and world-renowned scholar is successfully bringing to the forefront of the Muslim community important discussions on the need to make a positive and peaceful contribution to the society of the UK. His message is clear and unambiguous for all, especially young people".

Sufi Kabbani condemns all acts of terrorism and the use of Islam to promote terrorist agendas. He has addressed world bodies such as the United Nations and has met heads of state including George Bush, Bill Clinton, President Bambang Yudhoyono of Indonesia, prime ministers from Malaysia, Afghanistan and Turkey.

He continues to advise the United States Department of State on issues regarding Islam, religious tolerance and terrorism.

[Picture: Shaykh Hisham Kabbani. Photo: Wiki]

1 comment:

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Friday, January 08, 2010

A Message Of Peace
By n/a, *Top Muslim visits Nelson mosque on anti-extremism peace mission* - Pendle Today - UK
Tuesday, December 29, 2009

A Top Muslim leader who acts as an advisor to world leaders has given a message of peace and love to Pendle.

Sufi Shaykh Hisham Kabbani visits local mosques to challenge extremist agendas and lead discussions for tolerance and moderation.

His life work is to spread the teachings of peace, tolerance, respect and love throughout the world to people of every background, ethnicity, race and belief. To fulfil his commitment to empower Muslims in Britain to live from these principles, Sufi Kabbani has been touring England and conducting an outreach initiative.

On Friday evening, he visited the Central Ghausia Mosque, Nelson, to deliver a keynote speech on love and spirituality. An open invitation was extended to all community members regardless of background to attend the auspicious event.

Imam Irfan Chishti said: "Shaykh Hisham being a leading and world-renowned scholar is successfully bringing to the forefront of the Muslim community important discussions on the need to make a positive and peaceful contribution to the society of the UK. His message is clear and unambiguous for all, especially young people".

Sufi Kabbani condemns all acts of terrorism and the use of Islam to promote terrorist agendas. He has addressed world bodies such as the United Nations and has met heads of state including George Bush, Bill Clinton, President Bambang Yudhoyono of Indonesia, prime ministers from Malaysia, Afghanistan and Turkey.

He continues to advise the United States Department of State on issues regarding Islam, religious tolerance and terrorism.

[Picture: Shaykh Hisham Kabbani. Photo: Wiki]

1 comment:

fat said...

I wanted to let you know some good thoughts in here
http://fethullahgulenconference.org/oklahoma/read.php?p=gulens-interpretation-of-sufism

http://gulenconference.org.uk/userfiles/file/Proceedings/Prcd%20-%20Capes,%20DB%20(FP).pdf

http://gulenconference.org.uk/userfiles/file/Proceedings/Prcd%20-%20Cetin,%20M.pdf